Click "play" to view recycling in action at Lane! See images of class waste audits, material streams, and operations.
HEY! THIS SITE IS UNDER REVISION AND CONTENT WILL BE CHANGING AND YOU WILL FIND A FEW INACTIVE LINKS. THE SITE WILL BE LIVE BY END OF SPRING TERM 2014.
(M. SIMS, 4/10/14)
Recycling Services manages all of the College's locations of outgoing material with the goal of recycling or reusing as much as possible. We also encourage departments and student groups to purchase materials that are durable or made of recyclable content.
Last fiscal year, 2012-2013, Lane Community College recycled or reused 49.5% (336 tons) of all of its outgoing material at all of seven of its locations throughout Lane County and 53% (321 tons) at its 30th Avenue Main Campus.
Lane Community College Recycling is the recipent of county, state, and national awards for excellence in operations and education. In 2011, Lane opened the Recycling Education Center (REC), a comprehensive recycling facility dedicated to minimizing the amount of material sent into the waste stream, reducing waste-related costs, increasing revenue through commodity and property sales, and educating the campus and community through events, internships, volunteer opporunties, and innovative operations. To learn more about the REC, click here.
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To have an item delivered or picked up click here.
(This will take you the Megamation workorder system. To obtain a login, please conatact Facilities Management and Planning at extension 5216.)
- Need to know where to recycle?
- Want a list of what you can recycle at Lane and how to do it?
- Have questions?
- Want to know what you throw away?
- Want to know what Recycling Services can do for you?